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Let’s face it; face masks are likely going to be a much bigger part of everyday life in the post-covid world. That is, unless you’re the type who wants to turn a question of science into a partisan bitchfest. But if that’s you, this blurb isn’t for you anyway. Carry on with your day posting about 5G and Bill Gates.  


But for the rest of us freedom haters who insist on the tyranny of common courtesy, we have a bit of good news on the horizonYou don’t have to wear a boring old white mask anymore. That’s because Kill Your Culture have released their own line of quality face masks with a massive variety of eye-catching prints, sure to please the 420 enthusiasts in all of us. Every face shield comes with hemmed edges measuring 18”x9.5” and is made of breathable, high-quality moister wicking microfiber materials. Help flatten the curve and look badass doing it! 

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